Have you ever felt like you’re hanging onto a trapeze bar, desperately trying to let go and move forward? Well, that’s exactly what stage three of betrayal feels like. It’s the hardest stage to leave behind, but trust us, there’s a breakthrough waiting for you on the other side.
One of the most powerful insights shared in this episode is the association between change and loss. Many individuals sabotage themselves because they subconsciously associate change with negative outcomes, such as losing friends, relationships, or even their place in a community. It’s time to shift your mindset and realize that change can lead to positive transformations in your life.
Another crucial takeaway from this episode is the importance of self-awareness. You cannot change what you’re not aware of. By becoming aware of your patterns, behaviors, and beliefs, you can start to make conscious choices that align with your desired outcome. Dr. Debi shares a powerful exercise involving a rubber band to help you become aware of self-sabotaging behaviors. This simple technique can be a game-changer in your healing journey.
Whether you’re just starting to heal or already making progress, this mini dose of Dr. Debi will motivate and inspire you to keep moving forward. Don’t miss out on the opportunity to experience true confidence, health, peace, and happiness on the other side of your healing. Join us on this transformative journey and let’s achieve your breakthrough together.
[00:00:38] Staying stuck in stage three.
[00:02:08] Rubber band exercise.
[00:03:58] Change equals loss?
[00:04:33] Healing leads to happiness.
“Stage three is the hardest stage to leave, and it’s like if you were on a trapeze, and you’re grabbing hold of one bar, that’s stage three. And you can grab hold of the other bar, stage four, but you’re not going anywhere, and you don’t get to stage four unless you let go of stage three.” – Dr. Debi Silber
“They don’t deserve it. They don’t deserve your energy, your attention, your focus. Of course, you need to unpack it. You need to make sense and then meaning out of it. But you also need to know how much time, effort, energy you’re spending on them because it’s taking away from you.” – Dr. Debi Silber
Links Mentioned In This Episode
PBS Quiz: https://thepbtinstitute.com/pbs-quiz/